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it is going back to how they handled the letterman leno changeover. it is not even the same management. dennis: the son of a legendary broadcaster. steve burt has a real problem on his hands. the today show is a half a billion dollar a year business. you have this with devastating cover story in new york magazine . it reports that lower himself may go over and pervasive alec trebek. and curry got blamed for this. you have to see what they will do to fix the problems. dagen: i can't wait to see how many bodies end up under that bus. dennis: can not survive? dagen: i do not know. dennis: likability is the single most important currency in early morning. dagen: thank you. dennis kneale. going back to nicole petallides at the new york stock exchange with blackberry. a surprise today. a good one, in fact. nicole: blackberry and five below. here is a look at blackberry. the sales that they have been seeing -- they have that million unit order. you see the stock with an up arrow. let's take a look at philadelphia five below. it is a discount store. very favorable with the teams. margin edge downward.
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kim the younger told his new best friend, dennis rodman, i don't want to do war? that was a couple of days ago. and he's not saying that anymore. [ male announcer ] this is george. the day building a play set begins with a surprise twinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ >> shepard: the tv your watching can save your life. not sure how much help this program would be but there's a 17-year-old skier who says he likes to watch survival shows on tv and that may be part of the reason he is alive today himself name is nicholas joy. here's the photo. he disappeared on sunday as a popular ski resort in maine. searchers found him safe and sound a few hours ago help said when he realized he was lost he built a small snow cave for shelter and he learned that from here inside your television box. sugar loaf general manager says nicholas extently wandered off the trail. dozens of people searched for him, including navy seals and border patrol personnel. the guy who found them was not part of the search
. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...allstate safe driving bonus check? what is that? [ normal voice ] so weird, right? my agent, tom, said... [ voice of dennis ] ...only allstate sends you a bonus check for every six months you're accident-free... [ normal voice ] ...but i'm a woman. maybe it's a misprint. does it look like a misprint? ok. what i was trying... [ voice of dennis ] silence. ♪ ask an allstate agent about the safe driving bonus check. are you in good hands? >>> tonight, authorities are trying to solve the mystery at a wildlife sanctuary in california. a young woman inside one of the cages with a lion, the lion attacked and killed her. abc's cecilia vega now with the latest. >> reporter: cute and cuddly, couscous was irresistible as a 3-month-old cub. >> can i hold him? >> reporter: four years and 500 pounds later, couscous, raised almost entirely in captivity, turned on 24-year-old intern dianna hanson. >> the person is still in the enclosure with the lion. ems will be holding back. >> reporter: something caused couscous to go on the attack, the lion broke the i
with the president, the cabinet team. what do you make of dennis rodman and of someone like dennis rodman going to north korea and satisfying the leaders kim jong un's love of basketball and does this help prop him up to have prominent americans, and there have been others, to go to north korea and show friendship with the regime? >> well, first of all, andrea, you have overstated my basketball skills, so i want to set the record straight on that. >> no. you are an athlete. we know that. >> but clearly, i thought secretary kerry put it best when he said that dennis rodman has been a great basketball player, and as a diplomat, he is a great basketball player. >> at the same time would your warning be to other americans not to show signs of friendship to this regime at a time when they are, in fact, threatening to break the armistice, the 1953 armistice with the south? it's maintained for all of these decades. >> the north has made a number of threats and taken a lot of provocative actions, which we think are condemnable and aren't getting it anywhere, and, frankly, i think the north needs to und
, and dennis rodman speaks again. >>> controversy in europe after horse meat is discovered at restaurants. so why is horse meat about to be processed here in the united states? >>> and i sit down with the former first lady, laura bush. how she sees the gop changing. let's go "outfront." >>> and good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett. tough talk from north korea. today north korean officials scrapped the armistice that's created nearly 60 years of peace, uneasy peace, but peace with south korea. this after the u.n. security council unanimously passed tougher sanctions thursday against pyongyang. the reason for those sanctions, north korea's third nuclear test. north korea also threatened in an editorial in its state-run newspaper that, quote, as the armistice agreement has been nullified, no one can expect what will happen next. so is this just your run-of-the-mill sabre rattling, or does north korea's new young leader have something to prove and have the will to prove it? president obama's national security adviser tom donilon says the u.s. isn't taking a chance. >> the united states will n
don't know why our government isn't listening to what dennis rodman said. i'm not a fan of dennis -- >> you're saying that our government should be listening to dennis rodman, sir? >> i'm saying we ought to be making that phone call. dennis rodman came back and said that he said he wanted the president to call him. what is wrong with a phone call? brooke, listen -- >> you think it's that easy? >> the foreign minister of russia said we have gotten ourselves into a vicious circle. and he cautioned us. and everyone involved to back down. this is extremely dangerous. i would just recommend getting into -- just making a phone call. hey, let's have lunch. and let's begin a dialogue. but if we don't someone will shoot a gun by accident across that dmz. and then a war could start. and you could have thousands of people who could lose they're lives in just hours. this is dangerous. and i would just recommend that this is good friday. i would recommend for christians, if christians are watching, pray for our president that god will give him wisdom. because i believe this could be the greate
isn't listening to what dennis rodman said. i'm not a fan of dennis -- >> you're saying that our government should be listening to dennis rodman, sir? >> i'm saying we ought to be making that phone call. dennis rodman came back and said that he said he wanted the president to call him. what is wrong with a phone call? brooke, listen -- >> you think it's that easy? >> the foreign minister of russia said we have gotten ourselves into a vicious circle. and he cautioned us. and everyone involved to back down. this is extremely dangerous. i would just recommend getting into -- just making a phone call. hey, let's have lunch. and let's begin a dialogue. but if we don't someone will shoot a gun by accident across that dmz. and then a war could start. and you could have thousands of people who could lose they're lives in just hours. this is dangerous. and i would just recommend that this is good friday. i would recommend for christians, if christians are watching, pray for our president that god will give him wisdom. because i believe this could be the greatest crisis that he may face in
a bit. you look at how star struck he was with dennis rodman and the like. what is your sense if he is the guy that is pulling the strings here? >> he is not ready to be a prime time player. i don't think he has a clue about most of the things he does. he has a regent that has helped him through things. the real story of north korea is what they say it is, military first. the military basically runs the country i think he is a bit of a figurehead. they are trying to market him to a skeptical north korean public. this is a society that respects older people, not 30 somethings. in trying to market him, they are trying to portray him as a tough wartime leader. >> you dealt with his father for many years, the six-party talks. is there any sense in trying to reach out to him, to the son here, and say, you know, we would like to talk again. we would like to settle some sort of compromise. would the u.s. benefit from something like that? >> i don't think so. i think the north koreans certainly know how to get to us. we do have channels that are established. i don't think reaching out to ki
particular vigilance about what may be going on. >> dennis rodman visited north korea and actually spent two days with kim jong-un, as far as we know the first american to actually meet the young korean leader. and he came back and said this. >> one thing, he asked me to give obama something to say, and do one thing, he wants obama to do one thing, call him. >> he wants a call from president obama? >> that is right, he told me that, he said if you can, dennis, i don't want to do war. i don't want to do war. he said that to me. >> as you remember, going back to the campaign in 2007, 2008, you were a key adviser to the then candidate for the democratic presidential nomination. he left over the possibility, he said he is ready to talk without pre-conditions with any of these leaders around the world, including these totalitarian regimes. do you think that this dennis rodman proposal is something the president should pick up and call kim jong-un? >> i don't see the president picking up the phone and calling kim jong-un any time. but the united states has been open to a negotiated settlement, and
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teams across asia. he's now topped out. >> take your word for it on this one. >> do you know who dennis rodman is? >> i do know who dennis rodman is. former nba basketball star, he's been speaking out about his friendship with king jong un. he was asked about pun yang's right to destroy america. the u.s. state department has criticized north korea for wining and dining rodman while its people go hungry. meanwhile, rodman had his own message. >> i think he's going to change something. it is a different view. i sat with him for two days and the one thing he asked me to give obama something to say and do one thing. he wants obama to do one thing. call him. >> call him. on that, we want to know, are athletes helping or hurting the cause? are they better diplomates than politicians or do they just interfere? >> i don't know. get in touch with us. e-mail us, worldwide@cnbc.com, tweet, @cnbcwex. still to come -- >> property markets are sent stocks tumbling. what's on the agenda this week? >> more when we come back. >>> hsbc stocks are down after recording a profit of $20 billion. it has lifted
here is that would look so solid with dennis rodman's jacket, the one with all of the dollars on it. that would just be such a perfect look. you know, rodman had on his little ralph lauren hat and the scarf which was really nice. >> peter: tied it all together. >> our new diplomat, dennis rodman. >> america's got talent has hired a new judge to replace sharon osborn. heidi klum will join the nbc talent show joining howard stern, howie mandel on the judge's panel. >> that's a decent enough -- >> she's got judging experience. >> here's the deal. let me put it this way. i don't watch any of the schlocky competition stuff. but that is one that i can col tate while my kids -- that i can tolerate while my kids wash. >> you won't watch when they rescue louie anderson? >> finally, the national rifle association is upping the ante sponsoring an upcoming nascar sprint cup series race april 13th at the texas motor speedway. formerly the texas 500. it will be called the nra 500 in the first saturday prime time race of the season. in front of a crowd of 190,000 people. last year, the nra sponsor
charges in connection with saturday's deadly crash that took three lives in daily city. 28-year-old dennis macedo slammed his car into another vehicle on a residential street just west of interstate 280. police say he was racing away from another hit-and-run crash involving a parked car when deadly crash happened. three family members in that other car were killed. a 50-year-old woman, her adult son and her teenage son. the adult son's girlfriend was also in the car and remains hospitalized tonight. detectives are still trying to determine if alcohol or drugs were a factor. >>> tonight, police are investigating the city's third homicide in a week. officers found a man in the driveway of a home with a gunshot wound to the chest around 4:30 in the morning. he died. they have not identified him yet, but they say the man is about 30 years old, looks familiar to police. the neighbors say this neighborhood has become unsafe in recent years. it is san jose's ninth homicide of 2013. so far, no suspects in the case. >> a downtown news conference helped kick off the first day of san jose's $10 an ho
the united states with all-out war. what the hell did dennis rodman say to these people? [ laughter ] what did he do? no, north korea is claiming they now have the military technology to launch intercontinental missiles. and they're threatening the united states with total annihilation. which brings us to another edition of "why i'm not scared anymore." [ light laughter ] now -- okay, now, here is our military command center. there it is right there. pretty sophisticated. can we show north korea's military command center? okay, there you go. [ laughter ] that's why i'm not scared anymore. [ cheers ] exactly. well -- [ applause ] the big legal issue before the supreme court now is this gay marriage thing. oh, it's getting complicated. it got even more confusing today when donald trump showed up, demanded to know if it was legal for him to marry himself. that was the next -- [ light laughter ] did you see who was in the courtroom? director rob reiner. he's been there every day. he's there because he plans to make a film about prop 8. that's the bill that bans same-sex marriage in california.
us all-star panel of guests. we have former mike duggar and dennis kucinich. we have tracy byrnes and charles payne here in the studio. nicole petallides at new york stock exchange. and we have jeff flock at the cme. wow, that is a lot of people. michael cox, give me your reaction to the economic forecast and to the decision? >> i still think they're forecasting growth a little too high. if you look the growth is 1.4%. doesn't see any reason for pickup from there. i'm most worried about the bubble that the fed is creating in assets or the stock market. the stock market, any rational pricing of stocks, level. dow depends on gdp growth, it depends on interest rates and depends on the tax rate. interest rates have nowhere to go but up. and by my calculations each one percentage point increase inside 10-year treasury note rate will cause a nine to 10% decline in the stock market. so the present discounted value of expected future returns goes down when interest rates go up. i think is the fed is painting us into a corner and themselves into a corner with historically low interest rate
. this includes the new 28-year-old leader. that is why the opportunity presented to the starting to dennis rodman's recent visit should not be completely dismissed as trivial. by my calculation, dennis rodman has now spent more face time with north korea's new leader than any other american. as i recall we were dismissive of the invitation that the ping pong or tennis table to china while playing in a tournament in japan in april, 1971. china was the legacy of the korean war and an ongoing great cultural revolution was much of christ then as north korea is detected today. however, it should be noted that this so-called diplomacy changed history with the american president named richard nixon are writing less than a year later. it is my understanding the president loves basketball. sometimes on diplomacy. as i noted in the recent article, the corrine and newspaper it now seems in my opinion at the height of the intention of the korean peninsula in my opinion can move to seek national reconciliation between the two koreas. she took the first step towards that reconciliation process by going to nort
different. dennis kneale joins those with more. dennis: you call this history? the history channel is breaking in record high ratings on two new dramas. "the bible" and "vikings". it is working. "the bible" bringing and 13 million viewers from its purveyor and "vikings" 6.2 million fans. eat your hearts out. hitting some of the highest numbers in channel history. it is joined by amd that works. disney's stock is up more than 50% in the past year. the history channels formula for success more and more is leaving history behind. some of its better-known or popular shows include "pawn stars" and "swamp people". tracy: it is a formula that is working, that is for sure. dennis, thank you so much. your dow is up. liz claman is going to take you through the last hour of trading. we have john from emerald wolf. countdown to "the closing bell" is next. don't go anywhere. the local financial house on stocks, bonds, and insurance... and then saw it blow away with the first winds of economic change. when mary lost her husband, she invested in real estate. but when the housing bubble burst... s
that dennis rodman had something to say on abc news about how president kim doesn't want to do war. he doesn't want to do war, just wants president obama to call him. who is in charge? do you think the generals are in charge and they're running the show and throwing off threat after threat? three threat this is week by the way. just this week. a day after we got the information from dennis rodman. who is running the show over there? >> well, this is his father's boy. i mean, the new leader in the north has picked up on this consultive personality that's been this place. this odd rather inexplicable mix of communism and nepotism that's been this places since the authority was created at the tail end of world war ii. so we're seeing very normal behavior out of the north that frankly we have a hard time fully understanding. >> although normal is in the eye of the be holder. look at the images. those are military men playing their arms like girls at a bieber concert. spider marks, thank you for your input on the show today. >>> so inside bill clinton's white house when an act he now says was the
" with jake tapper starts right now. >>> dennis rodman, call your office. i'm jake tapper and this is "the lead." north korea says it's aiming missiles at u.s. cities and while many are laughing it off the pentagon isn't. it is sending a message of its own with stealth bombers. how scared should we be? in national, a disabled man trapped on the it's a small world ride and forced to listen to the song over and over. he called it torture and disney had to pay. he will join us exclusively. >>> the sports lead. he's had over 3,000 hits and a world series ring for the thumb. what could derrick jeter possibly do to top that? i want to own a team one day is my next goal. >> would you be like george as an owner? in some ways i would. >> rachel nichols talks to the yankee captain. >>> we begin on this good friday with our national lead. one pastor who will have a very busy easter weekend, joel osteen. he oversees a congregation far larger than the thousands who fit into his houston church. he is a tv megapastor whose message reaches millions of households weekly and every year he takes his show on
you had big egos and lots of spending and wines and steaks with crab and hollandaise. >> dennis has the owner of the restaurant just a few blocks from the new york stock exchange for 15 years. he was here when the dow hit its record closing high. 14,164, on october 9th, 2007. >> a strong rally today on wall street. the dow jones industrial average soaring to a record high. >> reporter: but just months later, bankruptcies. bailouts. and government assisted buyouts. this time, barry, a wall street veteran and money manager, says it feels different. >> we're in a post credit crisis environment. it's not the usual recession recovery as we've seen historically. these tend to be very cloe, muddle through. >> reporter: dennis sees that caution, too. >> there's definitely more cautious spending. people are watching their dollar. you know, they went through a hard time. i think this hard time really got to them. they're putting some money in the bank, i assume. or they just don't want to have as much fun as they did. >> reporter: despite the caution, we're still in a bull market. but the ave
the people around them, and i think people with the most recent visit of dennis rodman we see some of key players. a number of key players are those who have interacted with the u.s. is that messaging? it probably is a bit of messaging to the u.s. so i think he is feeling comfortable with people around him and i thin think the people around him now are more of the hardliners that one would've thought maybe eight to 10 or 12 months ago he was trying to put on the sidelines. >> i think it's a common mispercepmispercep tion. the notion there some kind of policy or conflict between the leadership and north korean military, no doubt there are competing interest in any government by the north korean system is unique in that the near total monopoly of power by the plan, by the kim family and the party over the rest of the nation, including the military, that has been nearly perfected. and the north korean founder, the founder of north korea learned this from chairman mao of china, make sure that the party controls the military, that the party maintains power to appoint and promote generals. maki
last week by his bizarre embrace of dennis rodman. despite pyongyang's newest threat, today the u.s. and south korea continued scheduled training exercises in south korea. while officials say the u.s. is well-defended against missile attacks, south korea and japan are increasingly worried about their belligerent neighbor. >> this 28-year-old leader is either trying to embolden himself with the military that run the operations of north korea, or the other way around. the military is exerting force over this young 28-year-old leader, and the saber rattling is serious and we should take it seriously. >> reporter: u.s. officials don't deny that the white house sent secret envoys last year to test whether the new leader wanted a better relationship with washington. now they have their answer and it is not good. brian. >> andrea mitchell in washington for us tonight, thanks. >>> here in the northeast tonight the winter storm made its way across the country much of this week is now churning along the coast, exactly what the coast doesn't need and can't tolerate, because coastline defense
dennis rodman can meet with them, but the president can talk with him. >> you can't say we're not talking to them, we sent dennis rodman over there. >> that was an odd thing but sometimes things like that can break ground. kim young unsid -- un did say he wants to talk to president obama. >> bill: on another issue, senator rand paul who actually did a real filibuster, first one we have seen for three years. and raised the issue of drones and raising the questions of what policies do we have in place that guide the use of drones both overseas and here in the united states. did he do the right thing? >> i didn't think he did. i was a little critical of him. grandstanding until i read your column. >> woe. >> i swear i got it in my inbox this morning and i read your column, and i thought you are right. this is a serious issue, i have to put aside my feeling about rand paul, and i think he did the right thing in two ways. this was a real filibuster. and two, this is a good point. i support this president. i think this is a national security president -- >>
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, enjoying mickey mouse and american basketball. even meeting with former nba star dennis rodman. but he is also acting more aggressively than some analysts had hoped, launching rockets into space and building a nuclear arsenal. the north's threats are red hot. if you were going to rate this from one to ten, ten, the most dangerous, what number would you put it? >> i would say we're either at eight or nine at the moment. >> reporter: while south korean media today reported the north may be preparing for another missile test, the range is limited. their longest range missile could reach alaska but, not the main land. but the north can clearly strike throughout asia, including our allies, south korea and japan. allies we are committed to defending. now, one other issue is that there is just very little communication between the two koreas and we've reported that north korea has cut all the last remaining military hotlines with south korea and analysts don't note if all the leader's propaganda pictures are real threats to us or simply political theater to show his power to his own people. d
. >>> and former nba star dennis rodman says he will be going back to north korean to visit his friend, kim jong-un. >> i don't condone what he does, but he's my friend. >> do you anticipate going over there again? >> yes, i will, in august. >> you are going over there? >> yes, i'm vacationing, yes. >> so, his visit a few weeks ago came at a time of heightened tension between the u.s. and north korean over pyongyang's pursuit of a nuclear program. the stakes are even higher now when during yesterday's interview, rodman insisted that the north korean leader does not want war. >> crazy story. >> dennis rodman, ladies and gentlemen. >> unbelievable. >>> prosthetic limbs can be made for people, so why not animals? meet mr. stubs, an alligator with a new, three-foot-long, prosthetic tail. this is a reptile preserve in arizona. his real tail was bitten off by another alligator when he was just a baby. it's believed to be the first time scientists have designed a rubber tail for a gator. >> it's just a process of figuring out how to make a mold and then getting the mold and then playing with the materi
a creature you crazy regime? >> betas had dennis rodman over there. i don't know, i wouldn't take part of it. not to mention the fact that he is a dictator. [laughter] adam: >> we are talking about points. they went for, what? 1600? he has already made about 1100
of this an dennis rodman, a number of those prayers are those who have interested but the u.s.. is that messaging? it probably is to the u.s. the people around him are more of hardliners. one would have thought 12 months ago he was trying to put on the sidelines. >> it is a common misperception the notion that there is some type of policy difference or conflict between the leadership and the north korean ella terry. -- north korean military. there are competing interests, but the north korean system's total monopoly of the clan over the rest of the nation including the military has been nearly perfected. the north korean founder learned this from chairman mao of china. make sure that the party controls the military and maintains power to appoint and promote general's, making key personnel decisions. that is a pattern that north korea has adopted from china and implemented for many years. i do not think there is a high chance of any kind of direct challenge to kim jong-un o. over the course of 30 years, that likelihood would only increase with time. >> i agree with the professor. base ofil kim jon
with the u.s. except for his meeting with dennis rodman last week. >> we have urged the north korean leadership to head president obama's call to choose the path of peace and come into compliance witnesses international obligations. north korea's actions directly violate united nations security council resolutions and threaten international please and security. >> reporter: a third nuclear test took place just last month, jon. jon: congress is taking teps to try to further the crackdown on north korea? >> reporter: they are supporting tougher chances. they are mold holding a meeting on north korean criminal activities that keep the regime in power. here is chairmaned royce from california. >> we must go after kim jong un's illegal activities like we went after organized crime in the united states. identify the network, interdict shipment and disrupt the flow of money. >> reporter: it includes the smuggling and counterfeiting of u.s. 100-dollar bills, jon. jon: thank you. general jack keane will join us next hour to bring us his take on north korea's latest threat and how it could imp
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was pulling out of their driveway when their car was hit by 23- year-old dennis macedo. police say he was everyone look the scene of another -- leaving the scene of another accident. he faces homicide charges as well as hit and run. >>> wet weather is heading our way. up next, meteorologist steve paulson will tell us if the storm is expected to bring substantial rain. >>> cities around the bay area using new technology they are cracking down on those copper thieves who have been costing tax payers thousands and thousands of dollars. >>> good morning on the sunol grade, i think you will like what you see. but nearby another freeway is not so lucky. >>> bay area cities are fighting back against copper thieves with new technology. thieves have stolen copper wire from light poles, traffic signals and b.a.r.t. tracks in the past few years. the thieves get hundreds of dollars for the copper at recycling centers but it costs thousands of dollars to repair the damage. now some cities are using tiny tracking devices in the wire that identify where it is from and can provide evidence the copper
their car was hit by 23- year-old dennis macedo. police say he was everyone look the scene of another -- leaving the scene of another accident. he faces homicide charges as well as hit and run. >>> wet weather is heading our way. up next, meteorologist steve paulson will tell us if the storm is expected to bring substantial rain. >>> cities around the bay area using new technology they are cracking down on those copper thieves who have been costing tax payers thousands and thousands of dollars. >>> good morning on the sunol grade, i think you will like what you see. but nearby another freeway is not so lucky. >>> bay area cities are fighting back against copper thieves with new technology. thieves have stolen copper wire from light poles, traffic signals and b.a.r.t. tracks in the past few years. the thieves get hundreds of dollars for the copper at recycling centers but it costs thousands of dollars to repair the damage. now some cities are using tiny tracking devices in the wire that identify where it is from and can provide evidence the copper i
that just be what the leader expects to get out of this? >> we don't know what he expects to get out. dennis rodman may have a better sense of hat is on his mind. it is the most dangerous period when you don't know what their reaction is likely to be to a test or a normal girl rescheduled exercise. if you don't know how he is going to interpret that the prospects or potential for miscalculation really escalates sharply. we have to be very very careful that people don't misread signals here. 2010, the north korean attack on south korean navy ship, that was not just fun and games and hot air. 46 south korean sailors died. dagen: it was not fun and games when dennis rodman was sitting next to kim jong un and. i never found that amusing. that is going to be our ambassador and tell the president to call me, the entire thing -- >> very scary. his father always understood that the cost of any confrontation greatly outweighed whatever benefits north korea could achieve. we don't know the sun is making the same calculation. dagen: great to see you. have a terrific weekend. the consumer financial pro
't get any weirder, it does. here's kim jong-un palling around with dennis rodman one week and threatening pre-emptive war the next. we're trying to figure out what this means. he's a young untested leader. is part of an attempted test, the strength of the new president of south korea? is it, you know, some kind of an internal power move? does he need to show that he's a tough guy to his generals who at the end of the day are the military backbone of the regime? that's part of the puzzle. but at the end of the day, it won't mean anything more than this. for the first time, china has really from the start been on board with sanctions against north korea. they helped draft this resolution which tells you just how annoyed they are at north korea. they have, to a certain extend supported it in providing it with fuel and food and this seems to be the straw that broke china's back. >> yeah, because that is pretty significant because china together with the united states, all the other members of the u.n. security council, they are on board because in the past the chinese were the
of this, a moment some called "basketball diplomacy." former chicago bulls star dennis rodman visited north korea last week. he quoted kim jong-un as saying "i don't want to do war" and asking that president obama "call him." white house officials denounced the rodman visit as nothing more than a publicity stunt. for more on the sanctions and north korea's response, i'm joined by victor cha, a former national security council official, now a senior advisor at the center for strategic and international studies. and joseph detrani, formerly senior advisor and north korea mission manager in the office of director of national intelligence. he's now president of the intelligence and national security alliance. mr. cha, what did the security council vote to do in these latest sanctions. >> well, this latest round of sanctions, ray, came at three things. first is interdicting of cargo expected to be of north korean origin that carry missile parts or things of that nature. a blacklist on the import of certain items people can use for their weapons programs as well as individuals and the third
's intensified and i'm worried about kind of incident. >> shepard: dennis rodman. >> well, he got in to see the dear leader and i didn't. >> shepard: was it helpful? >> in a way -- >> shepard: governor. >> in a way, you know, shep, not just our diplomats, our officials should do foreign policy. i think there's opportunities for celebrities -- >> shepard: a sports guy. he's my friend, he's a great guy. >> i don't know rodman bought he got, and the pick tomb of him and kim jong-un, maybe through some kind of sports diplomacy, the way we did it with china, ping-pong. >> shepard: that's what rod mound said, he likes basketball. >> i don't want to diminish rodman but the reality is that somebody has to get to this north korean leader. we can't just isolate him, sanction him. okay, these sanctions were appropriate after the last blast they had. but eventually these guys may have six nuclear weapons. we have to -- we have 50,000 troops. we have security interests there. so, we need a dialogue. >> shepard: well, the cloture vote is done in washington. goes to the full senate now for brennan's confi
attack. never done that before. >> young north korean dictator despite the difficult veshtion of dennis rodman visit now lashing out against the u.s. and south korea military exercise and the stiff un sanction. analyst say north korea still years away from perfecting nuclear weapon but getting closer all the time. >> threat of preemptive strike on the united states even if that's not possible now is terrifying. >> you have to take this seriously. >>reporter: north korea doesn't yet have a missile capable of hitting the continental u.s. but america has satellite in space radar at sea and on the ground designed to detect a missile launch then dozens of intercepting missiles could be fired from california or alaska to take out enemy vivls even nuclear ones before they reach america. but the system is far from foolproof. however the most immediate contract threat tonight from north korea is far more conventional. they could fire on south korea. america ally like they have con before. >> this is how wars start. threats become maneuvers. become exchanges. met with retaliation. pretty s
dennis rodman and the music video, but the fact is he's getting his hands on nuclear weapons, and there'll be proliferation in south korea and japan. you'll see more nukes in the region. in five years we could have five more nuclear power. lou: and, ambassador, 30,000 of our troops on the dmz in south korea. isn't it about time that we remove those troops? because they are clearly in harm's way and would amount to very little in the way of resistance should he send forces over that line or missiles or rockets. >> well, the plan is to bring the troops back away from the dmz toward the southern part of the peninsula so that they can actually be more effective if north korea attacks across the dmz, or they can be more readily moved to other places in asia. but it underlines the central point here. neither the bush administration, nor the obama administration is going to be successful in talking north korea out of its nuclear weapons program. we need to go to the chinese and say it's time to end this artificial division of the korean peninsula. we need your help. you're going to be better o
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